Famed architect Joe Boggs transformed this northern Virginia farmhouse into a modern work of art that’s been featured in publications like The Washington Post and Builder magazine.
This single-family farm home is like any other, except you’re gonna have to mow the house from time to time.
It’s the oldest log cabin in North America still standing on its original site.
The so-called “Old Burris Home” in Lincoln, North Carolina, was originally owned by the owner of Burris Industries (furniture manufacturer) and served as an entertainment hot spot for celebrities such as baseball legend Mickey Mantle.
This quaint home in the rural town of Delavan, Illinois, might seem like your average ranch-style home at first glance, but that’s until you dig a little deeper.
The listing has gotten a lot of attention for the swimming pool with a painting at the bottom depicting a Ziggy Stardust-era David Bowie.
Legendary rocker Gene Simmons recently put his 16,000-square-foot, seven-bedroom mansion in Laurel Canyon, California, on the market for $22 million.
The so-called Vermont Earth Home, designed and built by architect Bob Chappelle, looks like something out of “The Lord of the Rings.”
The owners of this 13-bedroom B&B in Hatfield, Massachusetts put it on the market for $1.15 million, but they are willing to sell the property separate from the business.
This 1,800-square-foot rock cottage was built in the 1940s by the manager of the former apple orchard near the city of Geneva, Ohio.